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Old 03-24-2010, 11:39 AM   #1
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what is a good pit box to use for a truggy?
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Old 03-24-2010, 12:38 PM   #2
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Get a decent size electricans bag. It will hold your radio gas, screwdrives and more...

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More details required....what kind of pit box ? something for tools and accessories like for IN Pit Row.....or something larger for parts and tires ?
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something you would take to go racing.
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Still vague but I have a stanely roll box that carries mmost evrything I need.Track side I take my bump box, fuel bottle, tuning screw driver and tEmp gun. I am thinking of getting a larger box becuase I want basically carry enough parts to buil my truggy twice over if needed seeing that my lhs doesn't stock D8T parts.
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I use the protek roller bags, 2 of them. They work well for me.
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I use the protek roller bags, 2 of them. They work well for me.
ill get one the next time they go on sale... or maybe one of the kyosho large pags (only thing about the kyosho ones is they dont roll... but thats no big deal.
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something you would take to go racing.


still doesn't answer the question.
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I use this, http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1...atalogId=10053 Carries everything expect fuel and car(literally everything, lots of space)
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I use this, (I can't post urls) Carries everything expect fuel and car(literally everything, lots of space)
I've got that one, but I'm just using the top. There's no way an 1/8 scale fits in the bottom, and I don't think a Speed NT 1/10 scale would fit either.
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I use this, http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1...atalogId=10053 Carries everything expect fuel and car(literally everything, lots of space)
thats what i have now, and my truggy/buggy when i pack up sit on top when the handle is pulled out. works great, but i want a kyosho bag because i have to get something else to carry my tires and spare parts.
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I can't link it (not enough posts) but search Home Depot's site for this:

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It's a Stanley 50 Gallon Mobile Job Chest. That should hold everything you need, including an 1/8th scale truggy. I may be going to get one soon.
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walmart has a plano 737 that works perfect to hold tools, parts, tires, oils every thing to pack up and go.
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smoke hay after moving Franks bags. wheels do make
a difference much easier to roll it than to lift it
I must say that I do like the pit bags but my
three big boxes work OK just hard to find things
some times. and I'm thinking that those Protek bags
look pretty nice and at a good price but you will need two
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smoke hay after moving Franks bags. wheels do make
a difference much easier to roll it than to lift it
I must say that I do like the pit bags but my
three big boxes work OK just hard to find things
some times. and I'm thinking that those Protek bags
look pretty nice and at a good price but you will need two
i wont need two of them
as i will keep my small box for my tools... ill just need the one to toss tires and parts in.
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